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John Iliffe’s (1987) remarkable history of African poverty graphically captures the links between disability and destitution over the centuries in some of the poorest countries in the world. 31. These strategies reflect underlying values and norms which may also be subject to adaptation. Over time people ‘shape and develop the values intrinsic to their overall strategies’ (see Chapter 8, p. 182). References Adger, N. W. ’, Progress in Human Geography, y 24(3): 347–64. Adger, N. W. (2006), ‘Vulnerability’, Global Environmental Change, 16(3): 268–81.
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Adaptation, Poverty and Development: The Dynamics of Subjective Well-Being by David Alexander Clark (eds.)